In Windows Spotlight, there is a quiz that can be taken by everyone. The quiz is in the form of multiple choices and the questions are 3 to 5 numbers. The question will be about the day’s Windows Spotlight photo.
For most photos, no photo credits are available, but some of them display information about where the picture was taken. A lot of the photos are well known locations, famous historical or natural landmarks and more. If you are able to answer the questions well, you will be given rewards in the form of points and then these points can be redeem. You are able to shop in Microsoft Shop or redeem it on a Giftcards. If you choose to use the points to shop in Microsoft Shops, you are able to redeem your points to buy Xbox Gift Card, Pass and many more. If you choose Giftcard, you are able to redeem your points to a Dunkin Donuts Gift Cards, Hulu, Starbucks, Burger King and even Walmart Gift Card.
As mentioned above that the quiz will be about the photo which appear at that time in Windows Spotlight. If the location on the photo is Harbour Bridge, then the question will be about it. So, it will be better if you know much about Harbour Bridge.
About Harbour Bridge
Harbour Bridge is across Sydney Harbour and it is a heritage-listed steel through arch bridge. The bridge has a nickname and it is The Coathanger because of its arch-based design. This bridge was built by British firm Dorman Long and Co Ltd of Middlesbrough and it is under the direction of Dr John Bradfield of the NSW Department of Public Works. The design of this bridge was influenced by the Hell Gate Bridge in New York City. Harbour Bridge now becomes the sixth longest spanning-arch bridge in the world and the tallest steel arch bridge. On March 19th, 2007, this Sydney Harbour Bridge was added to the Australian National Heritage List and on June 25th, 1999 it was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register.
The Examples of Harbour Bridge Quiz
If you take the quiz about Harbour Bridge in Windows Spotlight, there are some examples of the questions. Here they are.
1. When did the Harbour Bridge open?
a. 19 January 1945 b. 19 March 1932 c. 23 December 1945
2. What is the total length of the Harbour Bridge?
a. 1,149 m b. 986 m c. 1,346 m
3. What is the height of the Harbour Bridge?
a. 139 m b. 149 m c. 169 m
4. Do trains cross the Harbour Bridge?
a. Yes b. No c. They used to
5. When did the construction of the arch itself start?
a. 26 October 1928 b. 23 October 1927 c. 23 October 1926
These are just some of the questions’ examples about Harbour Bridge. You are able to read a lot about Harbour Bridge to be able to answer the quiz about it in Windows Spotlight. But, if you think that you can answer it well because you know much about it, you will get points.